Don’t Wear Gortex to Dinner in D.C.

I am excited to announce the publication of my first guest piece on an etiquette blog, Clise Etiquette!

The author of the blog, Arden Clise, is the well-known Seattle authority on business etiquette.  As the founder of Clise Etiquette, Arden works as an etiquette consultant, speaker and business etiquette columnist for the Puget Sound Business Journal. 

Arden and I share a passion for all matters of decorum, from table manners to thank-you notes, so when she asked me to write about navigating the differences between East Coast and West Coast etiquette, I didn’t hesitate. 

Special thanks to Arden for this privilege.

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12 responses to “Don’t Wear Gortex to Dinner in D.C.

  1. Sam

    I am BEYOND thrilled and proud of you. Way to go, thister.

  2. Meredith Williams

    OMG!!
    You are amazing 🙂 I’m so proud of you too, and canNOT wait for your book deal to come through. Hehe.

    Love you and hope to see more of your luscious writing soon!

  3. Abby,

    It was my honor to have you write a guest blog post. It was a great article. I know my readers will enjoy it.

  4. Lolo

    Thatta girl!!! You’re amazing!

  5. Nina

    Abby, nobody is surprised at your success!

  6. Dana

    Woo-Hoo! Next time I see you, can I have your autograph? I love the escalator etiquette. Of everything I learned that summer, “Stand on the right, walk on the left” still sticks with me – and annoys me when no one in the Midwest understands the concept. Oops!

    • abbyreph

      Totally!! I still apply it everywhere I go, even though most people don’t even know about it. I’m so glad you remember too! 🙂

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